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LONDON (Reuters) - More than 160 feral cats and kittens have been rescued from the site of the London 2012 Olympics as demolition work continues at a pace.
A local animal charity has been allowed access to the site to ensure the safety of the cats that have taken refuge in the various industrial buildings that are being bulldozed.
The Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) said Friday that 168 animals had been discovered and were now in the care of the Celia Hammond Animal Trust.
The ODA, which has also re-housed newts, frogs and fish from the east London site, said demolition work was expected to be completed in March with construction on the main venues beginning later this year.
(Reporting by Martyn Herman, editing by Clare Lovell)
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[SIGPIC]GET OFF MY LAWN!![/SIGPIC]
Probably a colony of cats with disease(s) - though that likely won't stop some local group of animal rights league or some such from trying to save them all and get them into FIV/Felv friendly homes. Can't save 'em all - maybe try and tame any kittens (under 3 months or so) as long as they're not carrying any diseases. Adult ferals aren't going to be domesticated.
I pity those poor suckers on the freeway. Gas brake honk. Gas brake honk. Honk honk punch. Gas gas gas. - Homer J. Simpson